According to ESPN’s Senior NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, new details regarding the NBA’s potential return to action have been released. In a tweet that he published Wednesday morning, he reported that each of the 22 games present will play eight games prior to the start of the playoffs, for seeding purposes. Earlier in the week […]Read more "Instant Analysis: NBA proposing new 22-team return to action"
In Yahoo Sports’ latest NBA mock draft (2020 NBA Mock Draft 3.0: Is James Wiseman the No. 1 overall pick?), NBC Sports writer Rob Dauster had the 76ers selecting the athletic combo guard out of Texas Tech: Jahmi’us Ramsey. Ramsey has become a popular pick for the Sixers in mocks recently, primarily due to his […]Read more "Latest NBA mock draft has Sixers selecting Jahmi’us Ramsey"
With the entire world mourning the tragic death of George Floyd, Sixers’ Tobias Harris took it upon himself to lead by example as Philadelphia took part in the nationwide protests. Harris joined the people of Philadelphia during a peaceful march on May 30th, even bringing along teammate Mike Scott via FaceTime. Harris was active during […]Read more "Sixers star Tobias Harris leading by example in Philadelphia’s fight for equality"
During a conversation with Marc Zumoff (@marczumoff ) earlier this week, Sixers’ Joel Embiid gave a glimpse into how he felt he was performing prior to the NBA’s league-wide shutdown. “Especially after that All-Star Game, my mentality just completely changed. First part of the season, it wasn’t up to my standards — not even close. […]Read more "Joel Embiid: “my mentality just completely changed”"
Less than two months ago and things were pretty clear when it came to Brett Brown’s future as head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers: go deep in the playoffs, or get fired. With a shortened season essentially a guarantee at this point, and a new playoff format also potentially in play, Brown’s status has become […]Read more "Sixers: Shortened season adds confusion to the Brett Brown decision"
With the 2020 NBA free agency period expected to be a big one for the Philadelphia 76ers, PhillySportsNetwork writer Zach Ciavolella (@ZCiavoPSN) proposed the idea of the team bringing back Dario Saric. Less than two weeks later and it appears this idea has started to pick up steam. In a story put out by Paul […]Read more "Rumors of a Dario Saric & Sixers reunion are picking up steam"
Even with the NBA season still in a hiatus, Al Horford’s name continues to be brought up in trade discussions. In the latest rumor (initially reported on by Justin Grasso of Sports Illustrated), former NBA executive John Hollinger suggested Al Horford be moved for Harrison Barnes of the Sacramento Kings. After playing a crucial role […]Read more "Former NBA exec has Sixers’ Al Horford being traded for Harrison Barnes"
Furkan Korkmaz has been one of the best “feel good” stories of the 2019-20 NBA season. Seemingly completely out of the Sixers plans following the conclusion of last season, Korkmaz was all set to return to his home country of Turkey to continue playing basketball. Elton Brand and the 76ers reached out at the last […]Read more "Will Furkan Korkmaz play a big role in Sixers’ playoff run?"
After today’s announcement by Governor Murphy, the Philadelphia 76ers released a statement citing the re-opening of the team’s training facility. The state of PA is not in the ‘red zone’. Governor Wolf hopes to have the entire state out of the red zone by June 5th. Philadelphia is on ‘stay at home’ until June 4th. […]Read more "Sixers to reopen training facility for voluntary, individual workouts"
While no official decision has been made regarding the NBA’s return, it does seem to appear that things are trending in the right direction. NBA officials reportedly met with Disney World executives last week about using the amusement park as a location to host games, and practice facilities around the country are beginning to open […]Read more "New proposed playoff structure spells trouble for Sixers"